Bison in the Grand Teton National Park


Bison in the Tetons aren’t as readily available for videography, however with a little patience and a lot of searching our team was able to capture some epic shots of the Grand Teton bison herds at sunset.  Our team also had a rather close encounter with some of the other wildlife in the area.

The Majestic Wind River Reservation and indigenous bison herd.


Wind River is truly an incredibly beautiful place to visit.  Without a doubt, some of our greatest shots of bison have come from this gorgeous landscape.  A special thanks to Jason Baldes for opening up his doors and allowing us to spend time with the Shoshone Indigenous Herd!

The incredible valley of Bigelow Fields Bison Ranch in Stratton Maine


Meet My Neighbor Productions spent nearly a week filming the breath taking views and Bison of Bigelow fields bison ranch sitting between Rangeley and Stratton Maine. From 360 degree views of the Bigelow Mountain Range, to some seriously good baking, and of course Bison, Bigelow Fields is an amazing east coast ranch to visit.

Native Cuisine with Chef Joe Robbins at Bissell Brothers Three Rivers


Chef Joseph Robbins is sharing his Native American heritage while cooking up some incredible Bison Tacos at the Bissell Brothers Brewery in Three Rivers aka Milo Maine.

A Tipi Adventure at Cherokee Valley Bison Ranch in Thornville, OH


Meet My Neighbor Productions visited and filmed Cherokee Valley Bison Ranch in Thornville, Ohio providing some terrific footage of Bison on fields of the Northern Midwest.

NATIVE Film Featured in Bison World Magazine Summer 2022


A sit down with Allan Savory


We just drove 12 hours to South Florida for a single interview… a very important interview with a very insightful man who can has helped shed the light on the importance of large ungulates in our ecosystem.

When it comes to regenerative agriculture, Allan Savory literally wrote the book on understanding holistic management practices. Allan’s work is often misunderstood, not because of its complexity, but because what he is teaching has more to do with how to think, observe, and react. As Allan said in his interview, “there is no scientific process to holistic management.”

Allan has studied ungulates from around the world, including the American Bison. From his studies he has concluded that large ungulates are natures tools for maintaining healthy soils, grasslands, and even forests. Allan’s description of the benefits of these animals on our ecosystem (or as he calls it eco-self) will be a part of the NATIVE film.

National Bison Association Winter Conference 2022 Denver CO


It was a pleasure to present the NATIVE pilot trailer for the first time at the National Bison Association 2022 Winter Conference in Denver, CO. As usual our team continued filming this historical event as the Bison Facilities at the Denver National Western Stock Show were dedicated and held their first Bison Auction! Such a wonderful community of people to be involved with.